During my time in Trier, Germany, I wanted to do a polar panorama, but I was missing a pretty important piece of equipment that I use to make them, which would happen to be a tripod. I felt like the best (and most tricky) place to do it would be the shopping district, where all of the classic architecture was met with modern businesses.
One problem was that there were always lots of people walking through the area, which can be pretty disastrous for someone doing a panoramic image. However, the bigger problem was that I needed precise incremental photos to get a good polar panorama, and since I didn’t have a tripod, that was almost impossible. I ended up not having enough good shots for the ground leaving me with a pretty big hole in the middle. To make it worse, the ground surface was a very complex brick pattern, so to do it manually was a daunting task and I didn’t feel up to it.
So as you can see, I gave the image a kind of advertisement feel with the city’s logo in the middle; Maybe it could be something you would see as a cover to a tour guide or something.